Three English soccer players have now been fined and suspended for betting against FA policy (Image:CWSL)
The Football Association (FA) England's governing human anatomy for soccer has made a true point of breaking down harshly on players and staff users who violate rules about betting on matches. Apparently, they're ready to go very, really far down the league ladder to locate and punish people who break those rules.
Betting Rule Breaches
The FA punished three players from AFC Hayes for admitting to multiple breaches of the rules that are betting. Each player was fined and suspended, with the punishments varying in line with the true number of bets produced by the players. Based on reports, none of the players are accused of betting on matches played by AFC Hayes, but these people were betting on games within leagues and tournaments on which these were competing, which is against FA policy.
It doesn't make you a bad soccer fan, as even many English fans have only heard the name in passing if you haven't heard of AFC Hayes, that's okay. The team plays way down in the Southern League Division One Central, a league composed of semi-professional and amateur squads in the tier that is eighth of soccer. The group's greatest achievements in the past include winning the Spartan Southern Midlands League Premier Division South and when reaching the qualifying that is second of the FA Cup competition. Attendanc